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    I charge out of the chalons!

    If a knight lance has the Banner of Chalons, and a character charges out of the unit on his own, may the target make a stand and shoot reaction?


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    Found it!

    At the moment that the chargereaction is decided, he is still part of the unit and benefits from the banner.
    also note

    Q. If a character declares a lone charge out of a
    unit against an enemy armed with missile
    weapons, and the enemy elects to Stand and Shoot,
    whom do they target with their Stand and Shoot
    reaction – the character or his unit?
    A. They will target the character’s unit, and if the
    unit panics and flees, it will take the character with
    them.


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    Thanks for this!

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